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got horrible advice from hr. and she didn't do what she knew she had do. she had a suspicion and didn't act on it. >> over time, through her own investigation she change could her mind and that, you know, seemed ridiculous. >> on that day lin vijayendran violated her duties and she needed to be held accountable and we needed to send a message, the obligation is to report. not to investigate. >> reporter: lin vijayendran did not make herself available for comment. the judge did not sentence her to jail time. but fines and restitution and 100 hours of community service to help teach other officials on mandatory reporting. at 6:00 p.m. we will have more reaction, live in san jose, robert handa,
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ktvu channel 2 news. the final push is on, by tomorrow polls will have closed in dozens of states. we have team election coverage, with mitt romney's campaign and president obama's campaign. ktvu's ken pritchett in chicago and the three key swing states the president visited today. ken? >> reporter: the president will not arrive in chicago till after midnight so we talked to campaign volunteers. some from california here in chicago, focused on swing states. [ music playing ] >> reporter: president obama started his day with bruce springsteen in wisconsin. >> are you fired up? >> yeah. >> are you ready to go? >> yeah. >> reporter: then it was on to ohio with a final planned stop in iowa.
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in chicago, behind closed doors the stage was being set for his rally, will it be a victory or concession speech? >> i am scared. >> that was not unique. >> that is fantastic. >> reporter: volunteers were making final calls of the campaign. >> i think everyone is pulling together to get this done. >> reporter: she is from san francisco. working the campaign on the road. >> i went to nevada and then here to chicago. >> reporter: theeft is not -- the effort is not on illinois. they are calling out of state. >> reporter: why are you calling? >> we have been calling people in iowa and wisconsin. swing states. >> reporter: she too felt nerves as election day approached but that has changed. >> i feel optimistic. i wasn't till i looked at the
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polls yesterday and now i feel great. >> reporter: polls can be read differently by different people. the supporters here feel they are trending their way, especially in the swing states. they expect a victory party tonight, whatever the result we will have the post election rally here in chicago. ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2 news. >> since the race is so close. mitt romney decided he is not going to take the day off tomorrow as he planned for election day. ktvu's rita williams tells us he is planning a trip to pennsylvania and ohio. both key battleground states. >> reporter: this is now down to the final dash. and it will end for mitt romney right here in this convention hall in boston tomorrow night.
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>> reporter: the scene is set here where tomorrow night mitt romney will win, concede or continue to wait. >> we could begin a better tomorrow tomorrow and with the help of the people in florida, that is what will happen. >> the man at the top of the ticket was hitting four swing states, starting in florida. 29 votes. then to virginia and ohio, the battleground state showing president obama with a tiniest of leads. and finally new hampshire. with its 4 electoral votes. >> depending on how you get to 270, 4 electoral votes, 6, that could make the difference. . >> reporter: she now teaches at harvard where mitt romney got
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his degree. she says the race could go either way. but not impossible to call where he was governor. poms show he will -- polls show he will not win here. >> we will finish strong and bring home a victory tomorrow. >> the sign says believe in america and tomorrow night mitt romney will find out if america believes in him. reporting live, rita williams, ktvu channel 2 news. >> and in 12 minutes a huge ruling in california that reveals the money trail behind a donation from arizona. where it leads to and why someone could be in serious trouble. the two candidates for president aired more ads this year compared to the last two elections. >> the number of ads aired during the general election
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campaign passed the 1 million mark last month, from june through october, they responsered more than -- sponsored more than 1 million ads. it is 41% more than 2004. millions of americans have already voted and their voting in record numbers. we will show you the line here in florida. officials across the country reporting long lines. in some states half the people who voted in 2008 already cast their ballots. >> goinggoing to get in as soon as possible so i know i voted. >> crypt anything to prevent from voting -- i didn't want anything to prevent me from voting. >> 27% more have voted than 2008. a new poll finds despite a
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record number of registered voters the turn out tomorrow will fall short of the last election. 12.75million californians will vote tomorrow. that is 70% of registered voters, but one million fewer than 2008 and a jump in the use of mail ballots. 51% are using mail in ballots, that is up from 41% in 2008. at 6:00 p.m., what officials are already seeing with regard to voter turn out and how it compares to 2008. >> officials are investigating the possibility that a molotov cocktail was used to set a salon on fire last night at the magic touch salon. investigators found what appeared to be a molotov cocktail inside the business. they say the windows were
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broken when crews arrived. >> if you are looking at a device like a molotov cocktail they are constructed of glass bottles. looking for curved glass. >> the bottle found outside will be checked for finger prints. police are trying to determine what led to a confrontation that ended with a police officer shooting and killing a naked man. last night officers were called to a town house on central avenue because of a fight. police say a woman ran out of a home chased by a man carrying a knife. they ordered the man to drop the knife and he did didn't so they opened fire -- didn't so they opened fire. >> we heard a woman screaming.
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>> police have not released the man's name but he was 37 years old and from san jose. the man lived in the home on and off with his wife and boys. muni is out a million dollars for vandalism to a bus on the night of the giants parade. police are looking for the two arsonists seen here in this video that was released by san francisco police. they arrested gregory graniss for smashing the windshield on the bus. authorities say one other person was seen smashing the window. >> reporter: thousands of students played hooky to attend the giants victory parade and that will cost thousands of dollars. 4100 students skipped class, as a result the school district
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will lose $161,000 in state funds. they pay $38 per student each day. on the east coast, officials are hoping power outages from superstorm sandy won't keep voters from the polls tomorrow. in new york city 60 polling place damaged by the storm are being moved to new locations. the city is providing shuttle service to the new sites. it was a slow ride back to work today in manhattan. check out these pictures. michael bloomberg lifted a carpool rule on the bridges. the busy tunnel is open only to bus traffic between manhattan and new jersey and fewer than
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normal subway trains are running still. and commuter train service between new jersey and new york is still not running. new york is investigating 400 cases of price gouging. they are accusing businesses of hiking prices on goods, especially gas. the price of potatoes jumped from $3 to $7 after the storm. bread doubled to $7 and matches tripled to $10. state law prohibits spikes in prices for goods, including food, water, batteries and gas. senator dianne feinstein, governor jerry brown attend the final meeting for pro prop 30. i am tom vacar, still ahead.
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take a look at what happened in san francisco this morning. that is water shooting into the air in the north beach area of the city. news chopper 2 was over the scene as they capped the water after 11:00 a.m. a paving contractor hit a water main this morning. and a few blocks away, crews on the embarcadero hit a gas line at peer 15 as they were trying to install a fire hydrant. peer 15 was evacuated according to the fire department. pg&e crews responded and capped the leak by 10:45. but they are now investigating why the crew didn't know where
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the gas line was. >> where the gas lines marked or not? this is what happens after any gas dig in because we want to ensure that the situation doesn't happen again. >> the street was reopened before news. focusing on the money trail surrounding two state propositions. the commission says the backers of no on prop 30 and yes, on prop 32 admitted to money laundering $11 million. ktvu's consumer editor tom vacar joins us live from san francisco with the key question yet to be answered. >> reporter: first of all, let's look at this. the super stars of politicians and personality supporting prop 30 are here tonight in support of it. but smoked on the no side could -- somebody on the no side could be looking at jail time.
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>> the violation is of california law. >> reporter: she says it has to do with the political fair practices laws. >> you are supposed to disclose where the money comes from but if it is broadcast you need to disclose the top two contributors and it has to say who paid for it and this is what they didn't do. >> reporter: it leads back from the post office from arizona to center to protect patient rights to another one called americans for job security. the commission says that is political money laundering. a finable offense but conspiracy to launder money is different. >> if there is a conspearancy to commit apple -- conspiracy to commit money laundering that
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is a felony. >> reporter: they do not have to disclose individual donors because of a 501 tax law. bill lockier says prosecutors can get around that. >> you could look behind the 501 shield if there was some money laundering intentionality. >> reporter: what else can be done? at 6:00 p.m. we are looking at the governor delivering his second message in support of prop 30, all of this involved in the controversy. tom vacar ktvu channel 2 news. >> stay with ktvu for election coverage tomorrow. it starts with ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 p.m. we will start at 4:00 p.m. and we will have coverage during the 10:00 p.m. news and you will find update throughout our website,
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report. netflix is moving to protect itself against a hostile takeover. they adopted a rights plan, a poison pill. it makes it difficult, impossible for someone to take over without an agreement from the board. and when it is triggered additional shares flood the market and make it too expensive for takeover. he disclosed he bought a 10% stake in the video company. the city of antioch hit a snag in its plan to an exa remote area. 678 acres of industrial land. it is where they are building a new power plant. it draw attention in 2009 because of the jaycee dugard
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case. let's talk about our weather. it is hard to believe it is november. beautiful. >> really, really nice out there. temperatures today in the record range. when i come back i will have the records. was it hot today? low 90s. 80s will get you records. temperatures in the 60s and 70s. long the coast, no -- along the coast, no fog. ocean swells, and they are -- no high surf advisory. what happens awhen the weather gets nice, folks -- what happens when the weather gets nice, folks flock to the beach and the rip currents are nasty. as you go out, especially in number avenues -- especially in the avenues. careful, the rip currents are
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bad. good size. that is number one. beautiful out there. 79 in antioch. 74 livermore. that is right now. over night lows stay mild. not cold. air continues to sink. high pressure is doing a good job. a off shore flow. the air is coming our way and sinking. and then it warms. and that is why over night lows will be sinking tonight. tomorrow morning we wake up mild and we start off again in the same path, another very warm day with records possible. extended forecast, a major change. that is the weather headline, right? hot. a few records today. few records tomorrow. real headline, it is warm right now. 72 hours, boom! it will feel like winter. we will talk about that. in the mean time, over night
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lows in the 50s. 50 fairfield. 54 in livermore. tomorrow just like today. maybe warmer. and then boom! temperatures fall out. rain comes back. even snow in the lower elevations. back here, i will have that and the records at 5:30 p.m. coming together to help. who was behind the check that was presented to a woman whose whole world was turned upside because of what happened to her husband. >> whether vitamins make a difference in preventing heart disease and for those in a key age group. >> and the new ktvu ipad app is ready to download, watch news, traffic, weather and breaking news, anytime, anywhere. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow. you guys have it easy.
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the a new study -- a new study says they received livers that were declined by transplant centers. wait list deaths are due from opportunities for transplantation that was declined. age was the most sited reason for denial. vitmans have no effect on your chances of -- vitamins have no effect on your chances
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of heart disease. the study says vitamins are no subitute for a healthy diet, exercises -- subsitute for a healthy diet, exercise. she accepted a check for $26,000 at a ceremony today. the donors included officials from chevron, and others. the event was organized by fallen heroes that helps families. he was shot and killed during a traffic stop on highway 680 two months ago. >> i know for my children they have been overwhelmed to see how loved their father was from everyone. not just from those who knew
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him personally. >> his children will also qualify for a scholarship that is offered. in san francisco police are investigating a beating that sent a man to the hospital with life threatening injuries yesterday morning. the victim was found by a friend face down outside a bar. a witness said the victim was jumped by a group of men and kicked in the head several times. so far no arrests have been made. shell began tests today. the tests will examine remissions from the carbon monoxide boilers. it measures emissions that may cause health problems and environmental concerns. warm spell in the bay area right now. how folks are taking advantage. >> this is what bay area
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shoppers are finding at one grocery store chain. why they walked out and what customers are doing. oq
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complete bay area news coverage continues right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 p.m. >> what a day today. it was spectacular outside. didn't feel like november, felt like jul hitting the low 90s in some areas and we set several records. first to ktvu's cara liu, in san francisco tonight where topped 80 degrees today. >> reporter: it sure did. we are in enjoying a -- we are enjoying a warm spell. high temperatures 83 degrees today. and folks have been out doors all day long taking advantage of it. >> reporter: across the city
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folks are soaking up the sunshine. >> amazing. november in san francisco, i will take it. better than the east coast right now. >> reporter: she spent hours at the park with her daughter. >> i think everyone is in a better mood. >> reporter: others playing, reading and sun bathing and one guy let his dogs loose. >> her favorite thing to do. >> when we get days like this, it is all about her. spoil her. >> reporter: we found people bicycling, running, walking the dog and enjoying the fresh air and clear skies. >> glorious weather. >> out of season but, you know, it is san francisco. you expect it all the time. >> perfect. couldn't ask for better weather in november. >> i feel very, very luckily.
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especially day here in san francisco. wouldn't ask for anything better. >> check this out, the sunset at 5:06 p.m. a lot of people out here right now in the embarcadero exercising and still enjoying the warm weather. live in san francisco, cara liu, ktvu channel 2 news. we had a few records today. look at the numbers. in the bay area, san francisco downtown, 79. santa rosa 84. right here, the san jose number, that record goes back to 1901. today in san jose 84 degrees. 84 in redwood city. is this weather unusual? you know, this is our best weather of the year. what strikes you is how much colder it gets. when i come back, i will show
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you the cold system and how it will impact you. see you back here. >> thank you. we checked with the sherriff's department and the search continues continues continues for a missing man. he was reported missing yesterday morning. deputies say he is very sick and two women spoke with him. they plan to continue to search. thousands of grocery stores are on strike. ktvu's rob roth is live with the big difference some shoppers reported seeing today. rob? >> reporter: we are in front of nob hill foods. as you can see, workers who would normally be inside are now outside on strike and for the second day the same scene at all raley's and nob hill
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foods with no negotiations scheduled. >> reporter: here striking workers ask shoppers not to buy here. >> shop someplace else. >> reporter: sometimes it worked. >> today i will hit another store. >> reporter: sometimes it didn't. >> maybe then it is time to ask for more. >> reporter: after 15 months 7,000 workers at raley's and nob hill foods walked out sunday morning. they are upset they want to eliminate premium pay for working sundays but their biggest concern is a proposal to reduce health benefits. >> health and welfare is huge. i have got a family of three. i have got a wife. we have gone through the hospitals. paid our deductibles. all this is important. >> i am two years away from
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retirement. it is important. >> reporter: they are no longer demanding changes to benefits but they said we must reduce our operating costs to become more competitive. all 40 stores are remaining open staffed by managers and non-union employees. but shoppers estimate there were half the number of customers inside today. one customer included this man. >> i want to see the store stay. would you rather see a walmart here? >> reporter: negotiations are stalled so no telling how long the strike will go on. reporting live, rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. tesla motors posted bigger than expected losses because it took longer than expected for the company to roll out the all
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electric model s sedan. it caused people to cancel orders but they say new orders are up. it is being produced in fremont. mitt romney criticized president obama for giving them a loan. tesla says it is on scheduled to repay the loan early. kaiser tapped an african american to head the organization. he is currently the president and chief operating officer. he will assume the reigns next year when the current ceo retires. he has been with kaiser for 28 years. and been the coo for the past two years. wall street executives could see bigger bonuses this year. incentives range from flat to 10% for most people. after a 30% over all decline
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last year. bond traders will be the biggest winners and bankers and stock traders the biggest losers. the dow is up 19 to 13,112. the nasdaq is up 17 at 2,999. the s&p is up 3 at 1,417. a former child psychiatrist accused of molesting patients has been released from jail. he was released last week on $900,000 bail. he is scheduled to be tried in march on 9 counts of mild molestation. doctors said he was faking dementia. an unspeakable tragedy, what killed a boy who died after falling into a wild dog exhibit at a zoo in pittsburgh. >> the trial of a man accused of killing two people at the
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poll plaza. the latest disturbance by the defendant.
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a two-year-old boy was killed by animals not the fall in pittsburgh over the weekend. the mother placed him on a rail and he fell into the enclosure. he landed on a net, bounced
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twice and fell to the ground where the dogs attacked the child. four people killed in a crash in sacramento county have been identified. the accident happened yesterday afternoon on i-5. initial report show an suv crossed the center divided and collided head on with another car. the man accused of killing two people at the richmond-san rafael bridge toll plaza refused to answer questions today. nathan burris is representing himself as he faces murder charges in the death of his ex- girlfriend and her friend. he admitted guilt but pleaded not guilty to the killings that happened august 11, 2009.
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closing arguments continue tomorrow. you and your husband owe $500,000 to the state. >> no. we don't. >> that is what it says here. >> we track down people the state says is evading their taxes. >> what a night, what a day. tomorrow looks good too. big weather changes. big changes coming as we get towards the end of the week.
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proposition 38 bypasses sacramento, and makes education a real priority- with the funding, to our local schools and the accountability from our local schools... that we'll need to improve student learning in every classroom. so we can stay 47th... or we can choose proposition 38. i'm voting yes on 38... because it makes our children #1. because we know how much you do to make the holidays just right. from ornaments to ottomans,
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memories are made with ikea.
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a major road in contra costa county reopened after a crash that killed one person about 1:45 p.m. this afternoon. one person was trapped in a car, another vehicle went up in flames. a 67-year-old man was killed. another person was slightly hurt. north bound lanes were shot down for several hours. but reopened 30 minutes ago. this election californians are being asked to approve a tax hike but we found the state is being cheated out of millions every year. ktvu's heather holmes tracked down the worse tax evaders to ask why they failed to pay up. that is tonight's special report. >> reporter: our such led us to this high rise in downtown san francisco. a law office.
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the attorney is seen smiling in pictures with president obama and former president bill clinton but he wanted nothing to do with our camera. >> reporter: we are tracking down those that owe the state, and you are 203 on the list. >> reporter: he is a former san francisco ethic's commissioner. now he is facing his own tax dilemma. >> reporter: is it fair folks like you don't pay your fair share. >> i pay all my taxes as i can. and so that is all i got to say. >> reporter: he said he is working with the tax board to pay his bills. he is one in a long list of californians on the hook. we found professionals, including other lawyers, doctors, nurses, celebrities, and topping the list with a $10
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million tax bill, founder of san francisco based c-net. we couldn't find him. but here on main street, is there a reason you are not paying? we confronted another. >> reporter: you owe more than $500,000 to the state. >> no, we don't. >> reporter: that is what it says? they say the couple living in this 2.5-acre gated estate is behind on their taxes. >> reporter: number 229 -- >> i don't care what this is. stop. >> reporter: then there is this doctor. he is number one on the list of corporate. >> why he hasn't paid a $4.1 million tax bill. the state will continue to
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shame these tax evaders in the hopes of getting the taxes it is owed. missing money that could have a direct impact on education to publicity safety. heather holmes, ktvu channel 2 news. >> and we have posted the entire list of the top 500 tax evaders in california on our website, you will find ait under the special report -- find it under the special reports tab. in the nfl the washington redskins lost yesterday to the panthers which may be bad news for president obama. superstition has it, a washington win the weekend before an election means a win for the incumbent. a redskins loss means a win for the challenger. this held true 17-18 times. another prediction, the president will get another term thanks to the san francisco giants. 67% when the national league
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team like the giants won the world series a democrat won the white house. the 49ers marked a major milestone today at their new stadium. crews installed a 35,000-pound piece of pre-cast concrete, hoisting it to the suit tower. there will be 2,000 of these sections used for the threats, risers and steps. the stadium is on scheduled to open in time for the 2014 nfl season. the chp says a major freeway is closed because of a wildfire. 350 acres burned along i-15 in san bernardino county. there were no accidents before it was closed about 11:00 a.m. winds pushed the fire in that
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rural area. the meteors, the halloween fire balls can be seen. that is because of the peak of activity and the brightness of the moon. the best viewing is starting tonight and will continue for the next two weeks. if questions are right it should -- if conditions are right it should produce 5 shooting stars an hour. on the 15, more meteors. this is video from 2010. weather now, i know our chief meteorologist bill martin talked to us last week about this increase in temperatures. it still feels strange. >> it does. this is the time of year, if you lived here a long time, this is the weather we can get. we had some today, that is unusual. this next system is coming from the gulf of alaska. it is over a thousand miles away but it will get here and
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make your day today seem completely out of whack. it will be a complete change. weird deals. tomorrow will be nice. it will be weird. it will go from this, to temperatures in the 50s. snow on some higher bay area peaks. like you expect in march. we will get to that. right now, a high tomorrow of 70s. some low 80s. look how uniform the temperatures are. that is typical. the system i am tracking is in the gulf of alaska but it will get here and it will begin the cooling. tomorrow temperatures the same. wednesday they drop into the 60s. and you get into thursday and friday, 50s. thunderstorms possible. snow in the higher peaks. cold storm. they don't carry lot of moisture. but you will notice the cool
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air. especially friday morning. over night lows freezing, below freezing. it will be very chilly. enjoy tomorrow. it brings the system in, wednesday night, right, cooling down. wednesday evening, thursday afternoon, here it comes. you see scattered showers. thundershowers possible. this is thursday. unsettled activity continues friday. if you have outdoor plans, it is not going to be the classic winter storms, sun, rain, it will feel like spring time. spring time storm. a far cry from what we have today and tomorrow. 30 degrees cooler in some places as we head through the next 3-4 days. definitely a change. five-day forecast with your bay area weekend in view, it will warm up on sunday. thursday, friday, that is the main event.
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>> you will notice it. thank you. whether you catch it, eat it or serve it, crab season is going to effect you, how it is looking early on. oq
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fisherman say the crab season is promising. started saturday for fisherman.
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they pulled in plenty of crab. didn't take long for them to reach their limits. they have the coast to themselves till the commercial season gets underway november 15. muni celebrating its 100 anniversary by pulling vintage cars into service. others are on display. a 1907 cable car makes an appearance sunday. instagram is expanding to the internet. till now it existed only on a cell phone app. in the next few days you will be able to set up a profile on the net. they will have a photo, bioes and pictures. a story we uncovered and now there is a guilty verdict for the principal who failed to
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report child molestation. the jurors talked about what helped them decide. >> and a rescue that saved the lives of two children. we talk to the rescuers about how it happened.
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complete bay area news coverage starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00 p.m. >> good evening. i am. hello. i am frank somerville. >> and i am julie haener. a story we uncovered, a ob whaley elementary school principal for failing to report child molestation allegations. a jury found that principal guilty. ktvu's robert handa is live in san jose with the punishment she faces. >> reporter: she left the courthouse a little while ago and avoided questions about the case, the verdict or what happened inside the courtroom. lin vijayendran sat quietly as the verdict was read. she wiped a tear as she was found aguilty for not reporting -- found guilty for not reporting child abuse at ob whaley elementary school. lin vijayendran she believed the teacher when she said he touched a child but

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